June 5, 2020

Latest events, news and specials in North Central Kansas!

Grilled Cheese of the Week: “The Flying Dragon” Smoked pork, gochujang chili sauce, scallions, and white cheddar

Drink: Landshark Lager, $3.50

Thank you to Heineken Electric for partnering with the Beloit Area Chamber of Commerce for the 2020-21 year. We appreciate your membership!

KD Country 94 High School Sports Replays

9:10-10:15 each morning during the Sports Ticket
on KD Country 94 & 

Monday, June 1st

Head Coach Ryan Eilert will join us
2016 Regular Season Boys Basketball
SE of Saline at Beloit
Tuesday, June 2nd
Former Head Coach Keith Kresin will join us
2013 Regular Season Football
Thunder Ridge at St.John’s/Tipton
Wednesday, June 3rd
Former Head Coach Curt Christians will join us
2011 Regular Season Football
Osborne at Lakeside
Thursday, June 4th
Head Coach Shauna Remus will join us
2020 Regular Season Girls Basketball
Sacred Heart at Beloit
Friday, June 5th
Head Coach Lance Bergmann will join us
2015 Regular Season Boys Basketball
Hill City at St.John’s/Tipton

Salina, Kansas –InMyHome Home Care, a division of OCCK, Inc., is integrating a new comprehensive telehealth solution for high-risk patients in their fifteen county service area in north central Kansas. 
With the recent social distancing requirements, additional services and solutions are needed to serve Home Care clients, making health care more accessible for people who live in rural or isolated communities, as well as making Home Care services more readily available and convenient for people with limited mobility, time or transportation.  Telehealth has also been proven to decrease or alleviate frequent re-hospitalizations for patients.
Telehealth is the use of digital information and communication devices, such as computers and tablets, to access health care services remotely and to manage health care.  This new system is easy to use and allows qualified patients to take their own vital signs daily.  It also provides education to patients on their conditions and medications, gives reminders about taking medications, and asks survey questions about how they are feeling at that time.  The data received allows InMyHome clinicians to monitor, triage, and care for patients with alerts and quick responses in real time through video, phone, or text chat.
“We are so excited to be able to offer this service,” said Stephanie Wedel, InMyHome Administrator.  “We are now able to serve people in a whole new way, while still keeping that personal touch that OCCK customers are used to.”
InMyHome works to engage and empower patients to become or remain active in their health with condition-specific education, symptom surveys, and constant communication between the patient, their providers, and their caregivers.  Building this innovative telehealth care program allows InMyHome and OCCK to further their mission of fulfilling individual needs in rural communities in north central Kansas, with the goals of helping people stay healthy and out of hospitals.  
Telehealth is a covered service for Medicaid recipients.  Private pay options are also available.
To learn more about telehealth or Home Care services, contact InMyHome at 785-823-2025 or view the OCCK website at www.occk.com.
OCCK, Inc. provides services in north central Kansas to anyone with any type of long or short-term disability, starting as early as birth and following people through their whole lives.  OCCK provides an array of supports for success at home and in the community, including independent living skills and supports, employment and career training, Alzheimer’s supports, autism services, assistive technology, children’s services, transportation, specialized therapies, and home health care.  In 2020, OCCK, Inc. is celebrating 50 years of service.
Photo :  Emalee Jorgenson, RN, works on a Telehealth appointment. 
Michelle Griffin
Director of Mobility Management
North Central Kansas Coordinated Transit District
OCCK, Inc.
340 N. Santa Fe
Salina, KS  67401
785.826.1583 ext. 315

Another great resource https://covid.ks.gov/

We are excited to announce we are moving forward with plans to have the Annual Fireworks display at the Glen Elder State Park. Due to COVID-19 there will not be the LakeFest activities but we have been cleared by the health department to continue with the fireworks display at dusk.

We are raising support to make this show happen.
please consider being a sponsor:

Thank you to our Champion Sponsors for the 2020 Fireworks, Cunningham Telephone & Cable and KDNS! Thank you to all who have donated already we appreciate you all so much!

Thank you to Farmway Credit Union, Frasier, Johnson & Martin LLC, Solomon Valley Bank, Owen Chiropractic PA, S & S Drug, KVSV Radio, Ost Family, Allen Kee/ American Family Insurance, Beloit Buick GMC, Brush Art Corp, First Bank of Beloit, Eilert Family, Schroeder Family, Klema Family, and Wholesale Liquor for your support of the Annual Fireworks display at Glen Elder State Park.

OUR hope and plans are to have Millapalooza this year on September 5th, Labor Day weekend. We will make the final determination on or before July 1st. Stay Tuned for more exciting Announcements!

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